She kept saying things like 'take your glasses off' and 'let me see your [privates] and face at the same time' type stuff...All of the sudden, the screen changed to a replay of my image/video being played back to me.They said 'Hahaha, I now have your naked photo and your Facebook contacts, give me 00 or I send [it] to all your family, friends and coworkers!'." The victim was told to purchase a moneygram and send it to someone named "Marvin Samsang" in the Philippines.
A few of my friends and my mother immediately call me within 5 minutes saying your Facebook is going crazy, as well as texting me the pics!
Our added point is that it is extremely easy to deceive others online. Shortly after messaging back and forth she convinced me to video chat with her, so I did.
A beautiful woman showed up on the screen, naked, and kept asking me to show her my face and to show her my penis. The video stopped and messages threatening to send the video of my face and penis to all my friends and family if I didn't pay ,000 to an organization called I laughed and told the person I didn't care if they sent the video because I'm a very open person and most of my friends and family have seen alot worse than my penis.
We have heard from a few men who inform us to be wary of ads posted on Craigslist's forums for casual sex.
One man sent us a link to this listing, saying that he was targeted for sextortion after trading photos with the person who posted: A TDS Reader contacted us on November 20, 2017 to report that the sextortionists targeted him, though it wasn't on Facebook: "I met an id on a free chatting site.